Islamic extremists such as the Taliban advance their agendas by inflicting pain and fear upon those who oppose their radical ideologies — especially Christians. But even fellow Muslims are not safe.
The new documentary "He Named Me Malala" takes an eye opening look at how rogue factions like the Taliban inflict constant terror in people's daily lives, and how the actions of one girl, who became the youngest-ever Nobel Prize winner, has inspired people around the world to stop being silenced by fear.
"Malala" is based on the book of the same name and tells the true story of Malala Yousafzai, a Pakistani Muslim girl who was shot in head by the Taliban during an assassination attempt on her way home from school in 2012 but survived. more >>
LG has officially uncovered its high-end smartphone, the LG V10, which features a secondary display and two front-facing cameras.
After a month of rumors pointing towards a new high specc'd device from South Korean tech manufacturer, LG, the company finally unveiled its latest flagship, the LG V10, which is expected to be available in Korea within the month.
Running true to speculations and leaked images prior to its launch, the V10 features a secondary display just above the 5.7-inch smartphone's QHD screen. The smaller 2.1-inch additional display features a 1040 x 160p resolution, and remains perpetually on, even when the main screen has been turned off. more >>
Nintendo has just confirmed it will soon be releasing four new Animal Crossing amiibo figures to follow its "Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer."
The second wave of Animal crossing amiibo figurines is expected to be unveiled by November 21, right on the heels of Nintendo's first wave release which includes Isabelle, Lottie, Digby, Reese, Mabel, Cyrus, and Tom Nook.
The new animal amiibo will be compatible with the Japanese gaming giant's Wii U "Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival," with the second wave four animal figurines, which include Celeste, Blathers, Resetti and Kicks. more >>
Samsung is releasing its Gear S2 and Gear S2 Classic in the US today, October 2.
Less than two months after South Korean tech manufacturer Samsung unveiled is second generation smartwatch line in August during its pre-IFA press conference, it is now making the Gear S2 and Gear S2 Classic available in the US starting today,
Featuring a standard 1.2-inch touchscreen display with a 302ppi resolution, the Gear S2 smartwatch line is packing a 1GHz dual-core Exynos processor, supported by 512MB of RAM, as well as 4GB of internal storage. more >>
The Huawei Watch will be available in Australia beginning Oct. 15 at a price that is higher than what its bigger competitors have.
The Chinese tech giant finally announced that it will launch the Huawei Watch in Australia on Oct. 15. The new smartwatch is definitely more expensive than the Apple Watch at its starting price of AU$549 ($387), according to ZD Net.
There are concerns that the high pricing point of the Huawei Watch could discourage customers from buying it, the report adds. more >>
Rumors have emerged that Xiaomi's latest smartphone, the Mi 5, may make its debut before the year ends.
Chinese electronics manufacturer Xiaomi is said to be gearing for the launch of its fifth generation Mi smartphone with the Mi 5, assuming semiconductor company Qualcomm will make its Snapdragon 820 SoC available in time for manufacturing.
Over a year has passed since Xiaomi introduced the Mi 4 in August 2014, and it has been hinted that the upcoming Xiaomi Mi 5 will be the first smartphone to carry the latest chipset from San Diego, California semiconductor company. more >>